We love it — one of our readers has taken the prompting to “get creative” with It’s Read Everywhere photos to the next level. Sutton Place residents Keith (pictured) and Suzan Bickel were on vacation in San Franciso last week, and they brought their Observer along, via their laptop. The Bickels were able to stay current with their Observer news during their time away, by visiting
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- This is to be directed to Robin Hartill, Hi Robin, Read your article about Whitney Beach Center in June 27th issue. It did not appear Juliani was entirely truthful with you about Tiny's future. If you go on Facebook, you will find that they have already changed the name to Sammy's Sports Lounge (Sammy from Patti George) when the time comes to open, which will be a long time, judging the way LBK P&Z works. Also in your story you mentioned Tiny's opened in 1979, being the former owner and personally knowing Tiny Menendez, it was in 1984, (check your archives April 8, 2010 issue), when you then mentioned 1984 which I can confirm. Thanks, just wanted to set the record straight for any future releases. Ray LaFlamme
23 LBK Chamber of Commerce Networking Luncheon
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
25 Manatee Audubon -- Bird walk at Leffis Key
8:00 am - 2:00 pm
15 Being your best self
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
29 Santa Jaws at Mote Aquarium
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Underground utilities ordinances surge ahead
The Longboat Key Town Commission voted on first reading to forward two ordinances related to undergrounding utilities.
PHOTO GALLERY: St. Mary Women's Guild Welcome Luncheon
The Women’s Guild of St. Mary Star of the Sea reigned in the fall season and celebrated the return of its seasonal residents Oct. 21, in the church’s activity center. The ladies who attended the Welcome Luncheon snacked on vegetable lasagna, rolls and salad, while talking with friends they haven’t seen since the spring.
Commission declines to endorse Mote vision
The Sarasota City Commission narrowly voted against endorsing Mote Marine Laboratory’s vision for expansion, which includes a new aquarium on city-owned bayfront land.